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Poster: Uncle Hulka Date: Jul 28, 2007 7:35am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: 11-11-73 Dark Star.....Breakfast of Champions


This post was modified by Uncle Hulka on 2007-07-28 14:35:10

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Poster: AshesRising Date: May 28, 2007 9:08pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: 11-11-73 Dark Star.....Breakfast of Champions

Laugh Riot:
Honestly, the others here can provide you with much better insight regarding the shows than me. I checked "Deadbase" for you but there was no review of the show; the set list noted that the "Sugar Mag" appears on "Europe '72." (I suggest you create a new post inquiring about the '72 Paris show and you will get plenty of trustworthy reviews.)
All of the free downloads from "nugs" are .mp3's which is fine for me (I always select "download entire show" and then under the "status" heading you can right-click and cancel any songs that don't interest you or you don't have time to download - you can always go back and get the ones your missing.)
There is one release by the Garcia Estate of the "Jerry Garcia Band" on "nugs" that is available in either .mp3 or "flac." The six songs are from commercially released cd's and include a 12-minute "Mission in the Rain" from 1978 (with Maria Muldaur joining Donna on back-up)
http://stash.nugs.net/jgb/purejerry05.asp?artist=46&show=327&cmd=shows (at the very bottom of page is the flac download and a cd cover)
I hope you don't mind if I make another recommendation. Unlike the Garcia Estate, Hunter appreciates the fact that individuals pass along his music ..as long as it is between individuals and there's no profit involved. In fact, he has his rare solo-acoustic "Jack O'Roses" album available on one of his web sites. In addition to the timeless classics such as "Reuben & Cerise" and "Box of Rain," he plays a 15-minute complete suite of "Terrapin Station" (circa 1980; it reached its true completion at a later date.)

..I apologize for the long post; let me know if you want any of Hunter's other cd's (and/or JGB) ---- AshesRising

"Up these steps beside me climb
to Terrapin and points sublime
Bereft of reason, faith and name
brokenhearted, blind, and lame"
("Return to Terrapin" by Robert Hunter @1977-2007, "A Box of Rain: Collected Lyrics of Robert Hunter")

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Poster: caspersvapors Date: May 28, 2007 8:58pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: 11-11-73 Dark Star.....Breakfast of Champions

wait a tick Im a dumbass, its on gdlive...

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